I’m a graduate Master of Chemistry who defected to the world of biosciences to complete a Ph.D. in Structural Biology at the University of Nottingham. My expertise lies in the structural analysis of chemicals, membrane proteins, and protein/DNA complexes via X-ray crystallography. Applications of these structures include therapeutic intervention of bacterial diseases, photovoltaic materials, and allosteric ion-receptors. When I’m not applying my faculties to all things protein expression, I am usually cycling, camping, or drinking tea.
Articles by Thomas Warwick
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